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I like it!
Great photos -- perfect for the novice. Thank you!
Flatnsassy on Oct 12, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Patti in TX on Oct 6, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Great ap
This is an amazing ap that almost makes the monthly smart phone plan worth it all by itself!
Bendely on Oct 5, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Good but more detail would be better
The search features are very good, though I have noticed a few errors where I was searching by the color olive and the bird did not come up but once I found it, it said the bird was olive colored. I would love a more in depth description page on each bird. I have been able to Id all the birds in our yard with this app and a few at work too.
cenolar on Oct 1, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Wow!
This is so lovely and useful: Photos of immature, male an female and in flight; call variations, including my current favorite , under barred owl: pair hoot in' it up; sightings of unusual birds near one's location, and a means of contributing to such, and a way to keep track of one's life list. How cool.
Elizabeth McAlister on Oct 1, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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Fantastic!
I absolutely love this app! I use it at least once a day. The ability to locate specific birds based on recent sightings or use recent sightings to see what birds are in a specific area (using the prestigious Cornell Lab's E-bird) is a must-have for any birder. I love the search tools; by color, call (with descriptions), location, flight pattern, body size or shape. It's incredible. I am slightly obsessed with the calls. Most birds have multiple calls you can play. It's a great tool for teaching (I give talks about birds to young audiences) and it is great fun when you can actually call a bird over a little closer.
DaKineDana on Oct 1, 2012 for Audubon Birds Pro
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